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Owen Adams, PhD (ON); Nicole Boutilier, MD (NS); Monica Branigan, MD (ON); Eric Cadesky, MD (BC); Laura Calhoun, MD (BC); Scott Comber, PhD (NS); Graham Dickson, PhD (BC); Chris Eagle, MD (AB); Shannon Fraser, MD (QC); Edsel Ing, MD (ON); Darren Larsen, MD (ON); Andrea Lum, (ON); Anne McNamara, MD (BC); Imran Mirza, MD (AB); Rollie Nichol, MD (AB); Werner Oberholzer, MD (SK); Malcolm Ogborn, MD (BC); Devin Proulx, MBA (AB); Greg Radu, MD (NL); Ghazala Radwi, MD (AB); Thilinie Rajapakse, MD (AB); Gaetan Tardif, MD (ON); Johny Van Aerde, Founding Editor, MD, PhD (BC); Ruth Vander Stelt, MD (QC); Debrah Wirtzfeld, MD (AB)